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Reflection from South Africa by Dr. Lyndon Bouah

Reflections on Respice Prospice By Dr Lyndon Bouah

Winter is coming. This familiar phrase has become ominous in television series. I recently competed in the Cape Town Blitz won by IM Watu...

Reflections on the Beauty of the SA Closed U-20 2019 by Dr Lyndon Bouah

One of the aspects that I enjoy about chess is the mystery associated with ideas, tactical brilliancies and of course concepts that...

SAPS GAUTENG CHESS KNIGHTS

At the SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE SUID AFRIKAANSE POLISIE DIENS CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP 2018

Steinitz Chess Festival 2020 (43rd Anniversary)

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Reflections on Match Day 9 of the SA Closed 2019 by Dr Lyndon Bouah

The 9th round can safely be characterised as a bloodbath. Pieces were flying all over the place and some positional niceties...

Reflections on a Very Busy Last Weekend of April by Dr Lyndon Bouah

This has indeed been a very busy weekend of chess in the Western Cape. We start in Saldanha in...

Reflections on Cape Town Chess Club by Dr Lyndon Bouah

Cape Town Chess Club is celebrating its 135th year of existence this year on 19 March 2020. I was the keynote speaker...

Reflections on Prize Money by Dr Lyndon Bouah

I subscribe to the Time Magazine which is a very influential global magazine. In the 2 July 2018 edition the magazine ran an article...

Steinitz Chess Festival 2020

Prize giving: A, B and C Sections – Sun 5 April at 15h30

Reflections 1 on 2020 Steinitz Club Championship by Dr Lyndon Bouah

The 2020 edition of the Steinitz Club Championship started on Thursday 13 February 2020. Headlining on board one was birthday man Craig...

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